I am one episode away from finishing season 3 of Girls.
To be honest, I have not been a huge fan of this season, until recently. The first half of the season seemed to lack the mastery that seasons 1 and 2 oozed. There was a floundering, a lack of intentionality and focus, that bugged me. I kept watching, of course, because I love Lena, and I love what the show tries to accomplish. Even in its failures, it is still one of the most interesting shows on television at the moment.
However, around halfway through this season, things coalesced. The show found its groove again. And it found its groove with flair. And it has nothing to do with the ambivalent way Lena takes off her clothes or the show’s ironically funny portrayals of millennials and their angst.
As Duana writes on Canadian gossip blog Lainey Gossip, “I continue to feel like…
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